Alliance will present Main Street Paint Out |

Alliance will present Main Street Paint Out

Submitted by the Historic Park City Alliance

The Historic Park City Alliance is pleased to introduce the Main Street Paint Out scheduled for Sunday, June 1.

Local galleries will expand upon the monthly Gallery Stroll to include live exhibitions in Historic Park City.

"For the last several Sundays, the Historic Park City Alliance has been promoting Sundays in the district with free parking, special events and promotions each Sunday," says Alison Butz, executive director of the Historic Park City Alliance. "The final Sunday of our efforts falls directly following the monthly Park City Gallery Association Gallery Stroll. It felt like the perfect opportunity to bring art outside for live demonstrations for our visitors."

"Our artists are excited to be prominently featured in Historic Park City and for the opportunity to showcase their work in such a public setting," says Maren Mullin, owner of Gallery MAR and Main Street Paint Out event organizer. "Participating galleries have each selected a featured artist for the Paint Out."

Participating Galleries and their featured artists will include:

  • Gallery MAR: Bridgette Meinhold — watercolor and encaustic, painting in Miner’s Park
  • J GO Gallery: Paul Vincent Bernard — drypoint and oil on aluminum, painting Miner’s Park
  • Meyer Gallery: Mark Crenshaw — oil painting, painting in Miner’s Park
  • Terzian Galleries: Doug Braithwaite, oil on panel, painting on top of parking garage China Bridge

    Additional participation from Park City Gallery Association members including Coda, Mountain Trails, Paint Mixer and District Gallery.

    Artists will begin painting at noon in their specified locations. The public who are interested in specific artwork are invited to visit the respective gallery to view each artist’s work.

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